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Ecostructures free pdf The huge increase in polluting emissions, the rapid depletion of energy resources and the enormous volume of garbage produced by our consumer society combined with the continuous demand for new buildings, are now key issues in the reports and policies of the Kyoto Conference, and have led to growing attention to the themes of sustainable resources and environmental protection. "Ecostructures" could be the answer to these problems. In this challenging Third Millenium, cities must plan for urban areas, buildings and public areas so that they have reduced energy consumption needs and low environmental impact. Many examples have already been demonstrated: structures that self-produce the energy they need, architecture that use local, natural, recycled materials, that replicate the economic shapes nature has developed, or include them within structures. Other practical examples include reclaiming underdeveloped spaces and abandoned buildings and reintegrating them into the life cycle of the contemporary metropolis. With its detailed photographs and elevations of the most relevant contemporary projects, this volume provides an in-depth itinerary through the various forms and shapes of sustainable architecture, from the most spectacular to the most ingenious examples.

About Gianpaola Spirito

Gianpaolo Spirito, Sabrina Leone and Leone Spita teach at the First Faculty of Architecture "Ludovico Quaroni" in Rome. They collaborate with the leading preofessional journals and are authors of several books on modern architecture. Antonino Terranova is a full professor of Architectural Design and Chair of the Department of Architecture (DiAR) at the Sapienza University in Rome. He is a member of the First Faculty of Architecture "Ludovico Quaroni" and teaches architectural and urban design. He is the author of Skyscrapers (White Star Publishers, 2003) and numerous books dedicated to city planning and contemporary metropolitan landscapes.

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Author : Gianpaola Spirito
Publisher : White Star
Data Published : 23 November 2009
ISBN : 8854404977
EAN : 9788854404977
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 304 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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